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Counseling & Coaching, CCTP Programs
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615
Course Type: 
Mentor Supported Self-Study Instructor Led - 4 Weeks Long
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Our Complete Career Training Programs (CCTP) include both the training you need and the skills you will want in order to be prepared for your new career. We have taken online career programs to a whole new level by bundling our Career Training with Personal Enrichment courses to ensure you have a diversified learning experience.

Our mentor-supported career courses focus on the industry standards that prepare you for your chosen career or certification. You will also get our smaller, four-week long, instructor-led personal enrichment courses to further your employment training.

Sign up today for this all-inclusive career training program! 

Abnormal Psychology

In the same way that psychology offers important insights in terms of human behavior and experience, so does the sub-field called abnormal psychology. Our Abnormal Psychology course will introduce psychopathology and changing views of mental illness. We examine impairments in brain functions and social processes and how this affects everyday life. Our course explores disorders of childhood, mood disorders, psychoses, schizophrenia, sexuality, eating, and anxiety disorders. By taking this course, you will discover the many faces of abnormal psychology and you will be challenged to define what is normal and abnormal. 

Prerequisite(s): None

Mental Health Technician

This Mental Health Technician course provides a solid background in mental health so you can work comfortably with clients who exhibit both effective and maladaptive behaviors. Nurses, case managers, psychiatric technicians, direct care providers, and other health care professionals will increase their awareness and understanding of a holistic view of mental health care with this comprehensive online training program. A variety of therapies and treatments are explored to assist in dealing with psychological or psychosocial problems, such as substance use conditions, medical illnesses, developmental delays and disabilities, and social stressors such as poverty, domestic violence, and homelessness. 

Prerequisite(s): None

Direct Support Professional

Direct Support Professionals provide care for individuals with developmental and or physical disabilities in a number of settings including group homes, day programs, home & community based services, and vocational rehabilitation. Students will learn methods for providing assistance with living skills development, health maintenance, medication administration, personal care, and behavioral development. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals methods for developing individuals’ basic living and social skills with the primary goal of integrating them into the community to the best of their ability.

Prerequisite(s): None

Better Interpersonal Communication

Interpersonal Communication is a very important skill that is needed to develop and maintain personal and professional relationships. Just because you are talking does not mean you are communicating. This course will take you through the steps involved in understanding the importance of interpersonal communication and the effect on our daily interactions.

* You have 4 weeks to complete this course from date of your enrollment.

** Course Subject to Change.

Personal Excellence

As a person with unique gifts to offer, it is your responsibility to use your talents wisely and it is your right to enjoy yourself while doing so. In this class we will learn what it takes to develop career-enhancing skills that include: goal setting, time management, and personal organization. You will learn the crucial steps it takes to improve your creative abilities, gain confidence and minimize conflict in your life. Just as a successful business requires a mission and a plan, so does a fulfilling life.

* You have 4 weeks to complete this course from date of your enrollment.

** Course Subject to Change.

Addiction & Recovery: An Introduction

Addiction is a chronic disease responsible for destroying lives, devastating families, and taking lives. There are many types of addiction; substance addictions (such as drugs and alcohol) as well as behavioral addictions (such as gambling, sex and eating). Our addiction recovery course provides a solid background for understanding addiction and equips the student with tools for supporting treatment and recovery.  Students will learn the differences between use, abuse, and dependence, the variety of treatment options and the steps that lead toward successful recovery.

* You have 4 weeks to complete this course from date of your enrollment.

** Course Subject to Change.

** Course Subject to Change.

Abnormal Psychology

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify components of psychopathology and neuroscience approaches to treating mental illness
  • Recall symptoms and behaviors associated with psychological disorders, childhood disorders, mood disorders, and suicide
  • Recognize how stress, trauma, and anxiety affect psychopathology
  • Define characteristics of eating, sexuality, and addictive disorders
  • Identify traits associated with schizophrenia, personality, and neurocognitive disorders

 

Mental Health Technician

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Recall the history and current trends of mental healthcare
  • Name the characteristics of common psychiatric disorders
  • Define human behavior and different elements affecting it
  • Identify methods for assisting those suffering from loss of life
  • Recognize legalities related to the mental health office 

Direct Support Professional

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify the role of the direct support professional
  • List methods for providing care to support clients’ physical and mental health
  • Recall the methods for empowering clients and providing the care they prefer
  • Recognize consumer rights and responsibilities in health care
  • Identify the importance of supporting community inclusion 

Better Interpersonal Communication

After completion of this course you should be able to:

  • Recognize the basics and importance of verbal and nonverbal communication
  • Identify steps associated with the learning process and how to improve your listening skills
  • Recall types of personality styles and the perception process
  • List styles of conflict and what contributes to it

 

Personal Excellence

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Define what a strategic plan is and why you need one
  • Recall potential success factors in life 
  • Recognize how to implement goals and follow through on accomplishing them
  • Identify how to select and implement successful strategies

Addiction & Recovery: An Introduction

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Differentiate between types of substances and ways to detect addiction
  • Identify signs of addiction and how to get help
  • Recall the wide range of treatment options for addictions
  • Identify methods for overcoming barriers for successful recovery

Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal Psychology Module 1    
An Overview of Psychopathology and Changing Conceptualizations of Mental Illness

  • Understanding Psychopathology
  • Historical Considerations
  • Discovering the Function of the Brain in Behavior and Psychopathology
  • Care for Those with Mental Disorders
  • Biological Approaches to Treating Mental Illness
  • Psychological Treatment Perspectives in the Twentieth Century

Abnormal Psychology Module 2
Neuroscience Approaches to Understanding Psychopathology

  • Growing Importance of Neuroscience and Genetics
  • Brain Anatomy, Neurons, and Neurotransmitters
  • Neurons and Neural Transmission
  • How Do We Observe the Brain at Work?
  • Electroencephalography
  • Magnetoencephalography 
  • Neuroethics

Abnormal Psychology Module 3   
Research Methods

  • What is Science?
  • Nonexperimental Methods of Psychological Research
  • Naturalistic Observations
  • Correlational Approach
  • The Experimental Method: Making it Happen
  • Designing an Experimental Study
  • Does Playing Music Change the Brain?
  • Logic and Inference
  • Ethics and Scientific Experiment

Abnormal Psychology Module 4
Assessment and Classification of Psychological Disorders

  • Initial Assessment and Mental Status Exam
  • Structured Interviews and Assessment Considerations
  • Models of Assessment
  • Diagnostic Considerations in Psychopathology
  • Classification Systems for Mental Disorders

Abnormal Psychology Module 5
Disorders of Childhood

  • Aspects of Normal Child Development
  • Attachment Disorders, Conduct Disorder, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning Disorders
  • Intellectual Development Disorder

Abnormal Psychology Module 6
Mood Disorders and Suicide

  • Introducing Mood Disorders
  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • Biological and Neuroscience Treatments for Depression
  • Psychological Treatments for Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Aspects of Suicide

Abnormal Psychology Module 7
Stress, Trauma, and Psychopathology

  • The Psychological Mechanisms Related to Stress and Trauma
  • Does Trauma Produce Mental Illness?
  • The Study of Stress
  • Fight or Flight
  • Trauma-and-Stressor-Related Disorders in DSM-5
  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Acute Stress Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Abnormal Psychology Module 8
Anxiety Disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders

  • Overview of Anxiety Disorders
  • The Nature of Anxiety and Evolutionary Explanations
  • Cognitive Processes in Anxiety
  • Major Types of Anxiety Disorders
  • Separation Anxiety Disorders
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Abnormal Psychology Module 9
Dissociative and Eating Disorders

  • Dissociative Disorders
  • Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders
  • Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder
  • Illness Anxiety Disorder
  • Feeding Disorders
  • The Problem of Obesity
  • Major Eating Disorders
  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa

Abnormal Psychology Module 10
Sexuality Disorders and Gender Dysphoria

  • Sexuality in Context
  • Sexual Desire, Arousal, and Response
  • Sexual Dysfunction Disorders
  • Paraphilic Disorders
  • Gender Dysphoria

Abnormal Psychology Module 11
Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders

  • Drug Use in the United States
  • Substance Abuse, Dependence, and Addiction
  • Alcohol
  • Marijuana, Hallucinogens, and Opioids
  • Stimulants: Cocaine, Amphetamines, Caffeine, and Nicotine
  • Gambling
  • Treatment of Substance-Related Disorders

Abnormal Psychology Module 12
Schizophrenia

  • Schizophrenia Basics: Prevalence, Course, and Symptoms
  • Historical and Evolutionary Perspectives on Schizophrenia
  • Factors in the Development of Schizophrenia
  • Causes and Effects: Neuroscience Findings About Schizophrenia
  • Treating Individuals with Schizophrenia

Abnormal Psychology Module 13
Personality Disorders

  • What is a Personality Disorder?
  • Odd. Eccentric Personality Disorders
  • Dramatic Emotional Personality Disorders
  • Anxious Fearful Personality Disorders
  • Treatment of Personality Disorders

Abnormal Psychology Module 14
Neurocognitive Disorders, Law and Mental Health

  • Normal Cognitive Changes Related to Aging
  • Delirium
  • Mild and Major Neurocognitive Disorders
  • Prevention, Treatment, and Support
  • The American Legal System and the Insanity Defense
  • Competency to Stand Trial
  • Ethical and Legal Issues in Treatment
  • Sexual Predator Laws
     

**Outlines are subject to change, as courses and materials are updated.**

Mental Health Technician

Mental Health Technician Module 1
Mental Health Care: Past and Present
   

  • The History of Mental Health Care
  • Early Years
  • 19th Century United States
  • 20th and 21st Centuries
  • Current Mental Health Care Systems
  • Care Settings
  • Delivery of Community Mental Health Services
  • Client Populations
  • Ethical and Legal Issues
  • Sociocultural Theories
  • Psychotherapies

Mental Health Technician Module 2  
Theories and Therapies

  • Influences of Culture
  • Cultural Assessment
  • Historical Theories
  • Developmental Theories and Therapies
  • Behavioral Theories and Therapies
  • Humanistic Theories and Therapies
  • Cognitive Theories and Therapies
  • Body-Based CAM Therapies
  • Energy-Based CAM Therapies

Mental Health Technician Module 3
Principles and Skills of Mental Health Care  

  • Psychotherapeutic Drug Therapy
  • Classification of Psychotherapeutic Drugs
  • Client Care Guidelines
  • Skills for Mental Health Care
  • Principles and Practices for Caregivers
  • Mental Health Assessment Skills
  • Mental Health Treatment Plan
  • The Health History
  • Mental Status Assessment

Mental Health Technician Module 4
Therapeutic Environment   

  • Theories and Characteristics of Communication
  • Levels of Communication
  • Dynamics of the Therapeutic Relationship
  • Characteristics of the Therapeutic Relationship
  • Roles of the Caregiver
  • Problems Encountered in the Therapeutic Relationship
  • Use of Inpatient Setting
  • Goals of the Therapeutic Environment
  • The Therapeutic Environment and Client Needs

Mental Health Technician Module 5
Childhood to Adulthood  

  • Normal Childhood Development
  • Environmental Problems
  • Emotional Problems
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Mental Health Problems of Adolescence
  • Therapeutic Interventions
  • Adult Growth and Development
  • Mental Health Problems of Adults

Mental Health Technician Module 6
Cognitive Impairment and Managing Anxiety

  • Overview of Aging
  • Common Problems of Older Adults
  • Cognitive Impairment
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Dementia
  • Types of Anxiety
  • Stages of Dying
  • Hospice Care

Mental Health Technician Module 7  
Illnesses and Depression

  • The Nature of Illness
  • The Hospitalization Experience
  • Loss and Grief
  • The Dying Process
  • Theories Relating to Emotions and Their Disorders
  • Emotions Throughout the Life Cycle
  • Mood Disorders

Mental Health Technician Module 8  
Physical and Dissociative Issues

  • Role of Emotions in Health
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Somatic Symptom Disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • Sleep-Wake Disorders
  • Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation Within the Community
  • Continuum of Self-Concept Responses
  • Self-Concept Throughout the Life Cycle

Mental Health Technician Module 9  
Anger, Outward and Inward Focused Emotions

  • Theories of Anger and Aggression
  • The Cycle of Assault
  • Anger-Control Disorders
  • Social Factors and Violence
  • Mental Health Disorders Relating to Violence
  • Impact of Suicide on Society
  • Dynamics and Theories of Suicide
  • Suicide Throughout the Life Cycle

Mental Health Technician Module 10  
Substance, Sexual, and Personality Disorders

  • Role of Chemicals in Society
  • Categories of Abused Substances
  • Characteristics of Substance Use and Abuse
  • Sexuality Throughout the Life Cycle
  • Modes of Sexual Expression
  • Psychosexual Disorders
  • Personality Throughout the Life Cycle
  • Theories Relating to Personality Disorders

Mental Health Technician Module 11  
Schizophrenia and Chronic Mental Health Disorders

  • Psychoses Throughout the Life Cycle
  • Theories Relating to Psychoses
  • Psychotic Disorders
  • Public Policy and Mental Health
  • Experience of Chronic Mental Illness
  • Special Populations
  • Challenges for the Future
  • Change and Mental Health Clients

**Outlines are subject to change, as courses and materials are updated.**

Direct Support Professional

Direct Support Professional Module 1
Intro to Direct Support

  • The Role of the DSP
  • Self-Care and Personal Care (Personal Hygiene)
  • Community Health Care

Direct Support Professional Module 2 
Ethics and Consumer Rights

  • Consumer Rights & Responsibilities in Health Care
  • Ethical & Legal Issues Affecting the DSP
  • Basic Medical Terminology & Body Organization

Direct Support Professional Module 3
Communication & Documentation

  • Classification of Disease
  • Communication Skills for the Health Care Professional
  • Observation, Reporting, & Documentation

Direct Support Professional Module 4
Meeting Client Needs

  • Meeting Basic Human Needs
  • Comfort, Pain, Rest, & Sleep
  • Developing Cultural Sensitivity

Direct Support Professional Module 5
Health & Job Safety

  • Understanding Infections
  • Infection Control
  • Environmental & Job Safety

Direct Support Professional Module 6
Client Movement & Safety

  • Client Safety & Positioning
  • The Client’s Mobility & Transfer Skills
  • The Client’s Mobility & Ambulation

Direct Support Professional Module 7
Supporting Mental and Physical Health

  • Nutritional Needs & Diet Modifications
  • Taking Vital Signs
  • Caring for Clients with Emotional Illnesses

Direct Support Professional Module 8 
End-of-Life Care

  • Death & Dying Care
  • Caring for Clients who are Terminally Ill
  • Caring for Clients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Direct Support Professional Module 9 
Caring for Special Populations

  • Care of the Elderly & Chronically Ill
  • Caring for the Clients with Cancer
  • Alternative, Complementary, & Integrative Approaches

**Outlines are subject to change, as courses and materials are updated.**

Better Interpersonal Communication

Better Interpersonal Communication Module 1
Introduction to Communication

Because it’s such a commonplace activity, we usually don’t think about how we communicate too much. However, the power of effective, persuasive communication should never be underestimated. Your success in any number of settings—in your relationships, in school, on the job, and as a member of society— hinges on your ability to master the full communication process. Our first module discusses the basics of verbal and nonverbal communication, as well as uses and misuses.

  • Why We Communicate
  • Verbal Communication
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Uses and Misuses
  • Cultural Differences and Language

Better Interpersonal Communication Module 2
Listening, Self-Esteem, and Self-Disclosure

Listening is the learned process of hearing, attending, evaluating, retaining, and responding to verbal and nonverbal messages. In this module we will learn more about each stage of the listening process: review both the benefits to listening, as well as the challenges to effective listening; and explore the ways in which you can improve your listening skills. We’ll also discuss the principles behind self-concepts and self-disclosure.

  • Listening Process
  • Benefits to Listening
  • Steps for Improving Your Listening Skills
  • Self-Concepts
  • Self-Disclosure

Better Interpersonal Communication Module 3
Personality Styles and Perception

Do you notice that you act in different ways around certain people? Perhaps you act inhibited around your supervisor, but you wish you could act confident like you do around your co-workers and other colleagues. In other situations, you act polite and deferential around acquaintances, but may wish you could act more sociable like you do around your friends. In this module, we’ll discuss how personality styles effect communication as well as the perception process. Finally, we’ll explore the basics behind defense mechanisms.

  • How Does Personality Style Effect Communication?
  • Physiological and Psychological Factors of Perception
  • Challenges to the Perception Process
  • What is Defensiveness?
  • Defense Mechanisms

Better Interpersonal Communication Module 4  
Conflict and Electronic Communication

Interpersonal conflict occurs in interactions where there are real or perceived incompatible goals, scarce resources, or opposing viewpoints. We’ll discuss types of conflict and conflict styles in our final module, as well as characteristics of electronic communication.

  • What is Conflict and What Contributes to It?
  • Types of Conflict
  • Conflict Styles
  • What is Electronic Communication?
  • Characteristics and Misuses of Electronic Communication

Personal Excellence

Personal Excellence Module 1
Your Mission and Vision in Life

In week one, we will learn what a strategic plan is and why you need one in your life. We will also go over the finding your main purpose in life and how to take the steps to reaching that goal of success.

  • Life Strategic Plan
  • Why Have a Strategic Plan
  • Find Your Purpose
  • Your Personal Mission
  • Your Vision of Success

Personal Excellence Module 2
Success Factors in Life

This week we will look at what it is that you need in order to succeed. So many times we are pulled way and distracted by menial things and our success is deferred.

  • Critical Success Factors
  • Finding Your Strengths
  • Finding Your Weaknesses
  • Finding Your Opportunities
  • Finding Your Threats

Personal Excellence Module 3
Steps to Success

What goals would you like to set for yourself? This week we will study how we can implement goals and follow through on accomplishing them. We will touch on time management and how happiness is sometimes left out of our daily schedules.

  • Setting Goals
  • SMART Goals
  • Time and Emotions Study
  • Time Management
  • What Makes You Happy

Personal Excellence Module 4
Creating Your Simplementation Plan

In our final week we will discuss how to select our successful strategies and how to implement them. We will also go over what happens when you are overwhelmed, or feel like there isn’t enough time – there are strategies to help overcome these obstacles. Finally, we will learn how to create our own Simplementation plan and apply it to everyday life.

  • Selecting Successful Strategies
  • Implementing Strategies Into a Plan
  • How to Prioritize
  • Overcoming Obstacles
  • How to Create a Simplementation Plan

Addiction & Recovery: An Introduction

Addiction and Recovery: An Introduction Module 1
Detecting Addiction

There is no cure for addiction.  However, there is hope for managing it.  In Module one, we will look at the differences between abuse and dependence and the consequences associated with each. Also included is the descriptions of the different classes of drugs.  We will examine how experimenting with certain substances can easily escalate to an addiction, and will review the risk factors for experimentation. Those struggling with addiction requires a patience in themselves to learn new coping skills.  Also in module one, we will explore the cost of addiction. 

  • The Difference Between Abuse and Dependence
  • Fears and Obstacles to Recovery
  • Understanding the Substances
  • Substance and Behavioral Addictions
  • The Cost of Addiction to Families

Addiction and Recovery: An Introduction Module 2
Taking the First Steps

In module two, we will focus in on how to determine whether or not treatment is needed.  First is a look at risk factors for developing addictions and then assessing the severity of addictive behaviors.  Guidance to family members on how to detect addictions in a loved one is also included.  As we move through the week, we will look at the general characteristics of different treatments and how to understand the different aspects of addiction so that treatment needs are fully met.  We will wrap up module two by dispelling myths about quitting an addiction. 

  • Recognizing Addiction
  • Deciding When to Start
  • Successful Quitting
  • Becoming Aware of Triggers
  • Increasing Motivation to Change

Addiction and Recovery: An Introduction Module 3
Examining Treatment Approaches

Module three acts as a reference guide to a wide range of treatment options for addictions.  We will look at different models and treatment approaches for addictions.  Also included is the difference between inpatient and outpatient treatment options, and the pros and cons of each.  As we move through the module, we will look at how long it takes to detox from specific substances and examine the risk of sever withdrawal symptoms and which medications may help.  We will wrap up module three with looking at an array of self-help and peer support treatment approaches for addiction, alternative treatments, and considerations for teens.

  • Treatment Choices
  • Understanding Detoxification
  • Twelve Step Programs
  • Nutritional Therapy
  • Teen Treatment Options

Addiction and Recovery: An Introduction Module 4
Life in Recovery

Module four will focus on longer-term recovery issues.  We will look at methods for overcoming barriers to successful recovery and how to handle slips and relapses during recovery.  Relationships can be difficult during the recovery process and in module four we will look at how to positively deal with relationships with family, friends, and co-workers.  Module four will also provide guidance to families in handling relationships with the addicted member as well as each other.

  • Building Skills for Recovery
  • Learning from Relapse
  • Helping with Follow Through
  • Sustaining Optimism
  • Helping Friends and Family

Ed4Career is committed to being both environmentally conscious and making it easier for you to study! We’re making your education mobile! All of our textbooks are now provided as eTextbooks*. You can access them on your laptop, tablet, or mobile device and can study anytime, anywhere.

The move away from physical books to eTextbooks means you get the latest, most up-to-date version available. This also makes your training more accessible, so you can study anywhere you have your phone or tablet. The best part is that all materials are included in your training cost so there are NO extra fees for books!**

*A few courses still have physical materials.
 

Mental Health Technician

Upon successful completion of our Mental Health Technician course, students will be prepared for an entry-level position in a mental health setting and will be prepared to sit for the NCCB national certification exam to become a Certified Mental Health Technician (CMHT).

** Certification exams are not included in the cost of the course.**

 International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

Ed4Career has been approved as an Accredited Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). In obtaining this accreditation, Ed4Career has demonstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard which is recognized internationally as a standard of good practice. As a result of the Accredited Provider status, Ed4Career is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for courses and programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.

The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) was created by IACET as a measurement of continuing education. One (1) IACET CEU is equal to ten (10) contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. Under IACET's care, the IACET CEU has evolved from a quantitative measure to a hallmark of quality training and instruction. For more information on IACET, visit www.iacet.org.

Internet Connection

  • Broadband or High-Speed - DSL, Cable, and Wireless Connections

*Dial-Up internet connections will result in a diminished online experience. Classroom pages may load slowly and viewing large audio and video files may not be possible.

Hardware Requirements

  • Processor - 2GHz Processor or Higher
  • Memory - 1 GB RAM Minimum Recommended

 

PC Software Requirements

  • Operating Systems - Windows 7 or higher
  • Microsoft Office 2013 or higher. Also, you could use a general Word Processing application to save and open Microsoft Office formats (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)
  • Internet Browsers - Google Chrome is highly recommended
    • Cookies MUST be enabled
    • Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)
  • The Kindle Reader App or VitalSource Bookshelf App are needed for many of our courses (No special equipment needed. This can be downloaded for FREE onto your computer.)
  • PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • QuickTime, Windows Media Player &/or Real Player

 

MAC Software Requirements

  • Operating Systems - Mac OS x 10 or higher with Windows
  • Mac office programs or a Word Processing application to save and open Microsoft Office formats (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)
  • Internet Browsers- Google Chrome is highly recommended
    • Cookies MUST be enabled
    • Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)
  • The Kindle Reader App or VitalSource Bookshelf App are needed for many of our courses (No special equipment needed. This can be downloaded for FREE onto your computer.)
  • PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • Apple QuickTime Media Player

 


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